Several big-time prospects have made it to rainy Columbia, S.C., for Monday’s edition of the Will Muschamp Football Camp.
It wasn’t long 2017 four-star wide receiver Shi Smith (Union, S.C.) was greeted by Bryan McClendon. The wide receivers coach was at Smith’s side throughout the morning.
Four-star running back Colin Wilson and 2018 athlete Raequan Williams are up from Clay High School (Green Cove Springs, Fla.).
Former Alabama commitment Evan Neal, a 6-foot-6, 353-pound 2019 offensive guard from Okeechobee, Fla., is on campus. So is Chaz Neal, a 6-foot-7, 250-pound defensive end from Seffner High School (Armwood, Fla.).
Lavel Dumont, a 6-foot-5, 240-pound end, is up from Wharton High School (Tampa, Fla.).
Offensive line coach Shawn Elliott shadowed Evan Neal and the lineman group during the circuit warm-up portion of the camp.
Byrnes High School (Duncan, S.C.) 2018 linebacker Khalid Jones and his mom were greeted by running backs coach Bobby Bentley after walking into the indoor facility. Jones transferred to Byrnes after playing his first two seasons at Christ Church (Greenville, S.C.).
Bentley, along with linebackers coach Coleman Hutzler, trailed the running backs and linebackers during the circuit warm-up.
Defensive coordinator Travaris Robinson kept a close eye on 2017 cornerback Jaevion Matthews is down from York, S.C.
Smith, Wilson, and the Neals have been offered already by South Carolina.